tattletale


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Employees need to know and believe it is not about "snitching" on someone or being a "tattletale" nor is it about blaming or pointing fingers at members of their team.
He also happens to be a tattletale so not many people like him.
Reluctant to be a tattletale, Joe tries to avoid Martin and his gang.
If not, consider some of the commercial deterrents, such as Ssscat, which emits a harmless spray, or TattleTale, that detects vibration and sounds an alarm.
"I didn't say anything because it's wrong to tattletale."
Remember: Every time we're running around our hunting grounds, we risk leaving tattletale odors and disturbances to tip off deer to our activities.
On top of that, an opposition representative who clearly has no idea of free speech was like a tattletale child in school when he pointed his finger at Kurdish AKP deputy Orhan Miroy-lu on a TV show the other night, saying Miroy-lu had expressed the same view earlier.
Like the tattletale in Moses' story, John informed Jesus that someone who "does not follow us" was driving out demons.
Like the grade-school tattletale, the mole will run to the nearest supervisor as soon as they have something negative to report.
(5.) Bill Mooney, "The Tattletale Grays," Sports Illustrated, October 14,1974, E6.
Children learn that no one loves a tattletale, and whistleblowers can be seen as the tattletales of the business world, so there is a very real threat of retaliation against those individuals who point out wrongdoing.
Unfortunately, it was about that same time that kids my age were reading Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer,'' and learning to despise Tom's half-brother Sid, a sneaky, sassy and thoroughly vindictive tattletale.
New to town, Becky, 11, likes Sid, who's a scamp, and avoids tattletale Tom.
Littering is done inconspicuously to avoid being caught, and is not likely to occur during a school field trip with teachers, chaperones, park ranger, and tattletale peers present.
Buethe, Everybody Likes a Tattletale?: The Minnesota Supreme Court's Elimination of the "Public Policy" Requirement for Whistleblower Protection in Anderson-Johanningmeier, 29 Wm.